Excerpt: Since the days of the 45 rpm single, music has been about sharing. In the ’60s and ’70s, kids swapped records and made custom tapes. In the ’80s and ’90s it was CDs and recordable discs. The Internet Age turned MP3 tune-swapping into the primary source of music distribution for people of all ages—at the expense of the music industry which lost millions in revenue to illegal sharing.
Pros: Intuitive design and navigation; large library of music to choose from